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I have never gotten more than a 60 on anything I have ever written here (I'm not begging)
I don't think I have ever been front paged
I don't think I have ever been Perlishly helpful to anyone
No one I know about here hates me
Having said that and being a proud Friar let me go on and on....

PerlMonks is the only place I have ever posted where people went out of their way to help. I don't know if there's a flamebot or a Godzilla repellant here, or what the story is, but the people that inhabit these pages are decent human beings who basically get it when it comes to Perl != Easy. (Especially for the occasionaly coder.) So if you've been around long enough to become a Saint then you have become a vital part of the community! YOU are doing SOMETHING. Something good.

So you're not on the Perl6 team or you don't hang with wizards! So what?
You answered a lowly Friar's question once and he got smarter. You are a Saint.
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There's more than one way to do it, but nearly none of mine work.

In reply to Things that have never happened... by ellem
in thread One Point to Saint hood by coreolyn

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